Houston County Sheriff’s Office finds drugs, cash in Warner Robins home
Investigators responded to a burglary at a home on Cottonfield Ct. in Bonaire on November 3. The homeowner told deputies three people broke into the house and stole guns, jewelry, electronics and a large gun safe. The resident’s 2007 Dodge truck was also stolen, according to a news release from the Houston County Sheriff’s Office. The sheriff’s office issued warrants on 19- year-old Geronimo Pinon, 19-year-old William Crosby and 20-year-old Angelica Conley on November 6.
Deputies charged Pinon with burglary, identity fraud and party to the crime of financial card fraud. Crosby is charged with burglary, identity fraud, part to the crime of financial transaction card fraud and violation of probation. Conley is charged with hindering the punishment/apprehension of a criminal, tampering with evidence and party to the crime of burglary.
Investigators issued a search warrant on Pinon’s house on Dixie Trail in Warner Robins and found stolen guns, electronics, jewelry and $16,000. Deputies also found 46 grams of meth, 242 grams of marijuana and assorted prescription pills.
The Houston County Sheriff’s Office said this evidence is linked to other recent crimes regarding identity theft/fraud and car break ins in the county. Investigators are still looking for other suspects. Deputies are still trying to find other stolen items and the 2007 gray Dodge Ram truck. They believe the truck could be abandoned in the Warner Robins area.
Pinon, Crosby and Conley could face additional charges. All three are being held without bond at the Houston County Detention Center.
Anyone with information about this case is asked to call Sgt. George Runyon at 478-542-2085 or 478-542-2080.